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      Scotland

      Some people live for the love of thrill. The sudden adrenaline rush brings a smile to the face while facing odds. Since nature has a long list of odds for humans on this planet, they have been finding ways to play with them.

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      Diversity in New South Wales has a huge range of variations, from rainforest to desert, mangrove desert to alpine meadows, corals to coastal heaths, and so much.

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      Glasgow is an exceptionally vibrant and beautiful cosmopolitan city in Scotland located on its west course Central Belt. Resting near the Clyde River, this city is Scotland's cultural destination with a rich heritage, history, scenic beauty, stunning architecture, entertainment, and cultural activity. Earlier an industrial city, Glasgow is a cultural center with wonderful festivals, concert venues, museums, and art galleries.

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      Edinburg is a city of literature and is known for its large number of universities, but a lesser-known fact is that the city also has a rocking nightlife. There are a number of pubs and nightclubs spread all across the city to keep the visitors busy even during the night.

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      Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city and the third most populous city in the United Kingdom. It is also known as Scotland’s shopping capital as it gives everyone a chance to shop for a variety of items ranging from unique artifacts, luxurious handbags, authentic cowboy boots to beautiful gifts.

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      Glasgow is a port city on the River Clyde in Lanarkshire council area of Scotland. A city known for trade and shipbuilding, Glasgow inherits its architecture from the 18th-century cultural transactions between the city and other Victorian cities of the world.

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      Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is located in Lothian. It is the melting pot for various academic disciplines such as medicine, law, literature, and philosophy. This city’s air imbibes culture and traditional customs. Edinburg has a rich history and it always wears it with pride; maybe this is why this city is the second most popular tourist destination in the world.

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      Scotland, the home of British Highlands, offers a wide variety of natural beauties like the United Kingdom's highest mountains, the southern uplands, beautiful rivers, cities built over mountains, Munros, Glens and a lot more.

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      The elegant capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is the epitome of traditionality and culture. Accommodating hills and mountains, Edinburgh is divided into an Old Town and a New Town - both equally splendid and spell-bounding.

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      The rugged topography of the island of Skye, old-charm of the fishing villages and the magnificent medieval castles built amidst absolute stunning landscapes of Scotland make this island a dream destination for travelers who look for a laid-back holiday.

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      Sitting between the Firth of Forth to the North and the Pentland Hills to the South, Edinburgh has evolved across a series of volcanic eruptions over the years. The Scottish capital has also played a fundamental role in the independence history of the country. From rugged castles to spooky graveyards,

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      Scotland is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the entire world. This place offers numerous activities to do and hiking is one of them. Scotland is home to many beautiful trails that offer views which you might not have seen on your regular journey.

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      Festivals in Scotland in 2020 – the easiest words to define them are vibrant and diverse! Scottish festivals take place all over Scotland and are some of the most bizarre and fun experiences that draw travelers from around the world and make the locals look forward to them year-round.

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      Could you have imagined in your wildest dreams that Prince Charles will open a luxury bed and breakfast in Scotland one day? If you did, your dream has finally come true. Read more

      There are some marvellous structures that just attract you towards it. Be it the magnificent Eiffel Tower in Paris or the Pyramids in Egypt or even our very own Taj Mahal, we are in awe of the intricacy of the work that went into creating such pretty sights. Read more

      Located in the heart of the United Kingdom, Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland with the history of hosting the world's largest annual international arts festival. When listing the most visited attractions in Scotland, the Edinburgh Castle which Read more

      Scotland offers an absolutely fun experience. Through tipsy evenings courtesy the Scottish whiskey and luxury shops on the high street, there’s no better vacation destination when it comes to food and shopping in Scotland. And they won’t even complain if you mix these two with a little booze! Read more

      Scotland is an Instagram-worthy destination famed for its nonpareil natural beauty, beautifully preserved castles, spellbinding cliff-top ruins, and warm hospitality. If you ever find yourself in Scotland and need a warm and welcoming place to stay, this little guide to the finest hotels in Scotland, including the best for spectacular views, fine dining, spa, and rich heritage, at locations including The Trossachs National Park, Bonnyrigg, and Glasgow will certainly come in handy. Read more

      Looking beyond the mountains, lakes, and rivers, Scotland is a home to the finest white sand beaches in the entire United Kingdom. Serving as a perfect hideaway for the travelers, these beaches are just the right places for those looking out for a relaxing vacation amidst the solace of nature. Read more

      From the old world charm to elegant new towns, and family day outs to cultural pursuits, the Scottish capital of Edinburgh is home to a plethora of tourist attractions that satisfy the taste of all types of holidaymakers. Read more

      An iconic landmark, a historic castle, and an architectural masterpiece is what the Edinburgh Castle is referred as in the fascinating country of Scotland. Built on the foundation of Castle Rock, it is one of the most fascinating places to visit in Edinburgh

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      Known as a leading festival city of the world, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an architectural brilliance, and so on, Edinburgh is so much more than just being a hilly capital of Scotland. Packed with medieval dwellings and the sweeping elegance

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      Scotland is known for its traditions, architecture, and the famed old-world charm, which make it a clear favorite for people traveling to the United Kingdom! Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland, is full of charming surprises for everyone.  Be it unalloyed nature, classical architecture, or curated experiences, the city has got you covered. If the Riverside area is a highly-recommended spot with plenty of attractions, port area, and history attached to it, the rustic charm of the West End would leave you spellbound for sure.

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      The Linga Island is an isle that lies in Vaila Sound in Scotland and covers a whopping 63.75 acre. This island is now up for grabs starting at £250,000, which for Indian audience is just a little over 2 crore. Read more

      Breakdowns, vehicle collisions, drivers stuck on a highway for more than ten hours, and much more has been happening post heavy snowfall in UK. Travel warnings have been issued in many parts of United Kingdom Read more